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Tue, Nov 27, 2007 at 4:05:33 PM | wall & categories

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LUCAS1979


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I am sure someone already had that issue? Basement Plan - you have foundation wall & interior stud walls...now I need to turn off int. walls on S sheetts and leave them on A sheets; nevertheless they are all categorized as walls so when i turn off walls all of them turn of. whats the trick?

ps. where do you change the font&size of txt of elevation tags in elevations?


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Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 3:20:11 PM | wall & categories

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aandr001


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If you have the newest version of revit you can select the object, right click, and select "Hide in View" and then select "Element".  If you don't have the newer version you will have to create a filter which turns off the walls by type.

To adjust any of the parameters of a tag, you sometimes have to "Edit" the family.  You'll select the tag, click the "Edit Family" button, go into the the family and select the font.  When you change the size or anything else about the look of the tag that you want, you will then load it back into the project.  When it asks if you want to override the existing tag say yes.


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Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 7:20:28 AM | wall & categories

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architectpradip


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The best possible method is to divide the walls into different worksets...after placing them on required sheets just turn of the worksets not required..Hope this will solve ur probs...

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